Croteam’s Serious Sam 3: BFE passed certification this morning. Sam’s newest adventure will feature cooperative and competitive multiplayer, both splitscreen and online. Certification is the last major milestone before nailing …
Joe Danger: The Movie, the sequel to last year’s Joe Danger: Special Edition (which itself was an update/port of Joe Danger from the PlayStation 3) has gone gold. Developer Hello Games tweeted the good news yesterday, and the studio’s Sean Murray further spoke of the game’s progress and development with TheSixthAxis. He confirmed this would be the last we would see of Joe. “I’m not going to work on a new Joe Danger game again,” stated Murray, “which is really sad and amazing at the same time.”
The game takes daredevil Joe Danger’s antics to the next level. In Joe Danger: The Movie the lovable stuntman takes on Hollywood. He’ll ski down a dangerous slope, chase bad guys on his police motorcycle, and even ride a mine cart a la Indiana Jones. We adored the first game, so we’re really looking forward to seeing what else Joe gets himself into. Hit the jump for a refresher trailer.
UPDATE: We’ve received confirmation that Joe Danger: The Movie will launch September 14 for 1200 MSP.
Over the past few weeks several games have passed Microsoft’s certification process, the last milestone developers must complete before negotiating a release with their publisher and Microsoft. We’re only …
Before any Xbox Live Arcade game can be given a release date it must pass Microsoft’s Xbox Live certification process. This usually involves two or more submissions, and with …
Developer Hothead Games, masterminds behind the Deathspank series and Penny Arcade XBLA titles, is patiently sitting in the waiting room while Microsoft operates on their latest project, Swarm. According to producer Joel DeYoung, their project is in the hands of Microsoft and Sony being taken through the certification process required of all XBLA titles. A release date and price will be announced when the game is out of intensive care. That is to say, they don’t have it yet because Microsoft hasn’t told them and when they find out they’ll tell us! Nice and simple.